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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 29, 1904)
DAIIiT EAST OUEGOSIAX, PENDLETON. OREGON, THURSDAY, SKlTKMItKIt UH)t.
It you nro Interested In OH
Painting, wo us.. Our lino is
We make u specialty of fram
ing pictures. Newest stock of
C. G. SHARP
Oicra Uoiiso Block.
1 A3 IKS EDWARDS HAS
SOLI) HIS HOME PLACE. J
That got into your uatch during Uio
summer Is doing the little maclilne
much lmrin. Now Is Uio time to trove
it cleaned, oiled and put In shape for
another year. Wo would like to do
Uio uork for you It will bo done
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN.
llnr0!t llnll Wns a Grcnt Success lu
Etery Itespect Surlirjse lurty nt
the Home of Samuel Gray Will
Visit at Pomeroy, Wash. Young
Lady Dangerously ill With llropiy
Visit Front Matron of Wulln Wnl
Milton. Sept. 27. Miss Eva King,
who Is matron nt the Wnlla Wnlla
hospital, came over Sunday for n few
day's visit with her aunt, Mrs. F. R.
Last Saturday James Edwards sold
his home place to II. M. Cockburn
for J2500. Mr. Edwards will buy n
small place nearer town, nnd build a
The Harvest ball given last Friday
night was quite a success, both social
ly nnd financially. Fifty couples
were present. Johnson's orchestra
of Athena, furnished the music.
J. S. Rtchey, who Is employed In
the butcher shop of Ous Harris nt
Walla Wnlla, spent Sunday here with
Miss Ethel Stewart has returned to
Walla Wnlla after a few days' visit
with Miss Rose Beckins.
Last night a surprise party was
given at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs.
Samuel Gray In honor of the Kith
birthday of their son, Clarence. Twen
ty of his young schoolmates were
present nnd spent n social evening
In games and music. Light refresh
ments were served.
Miss Inez Phelps will go to Pome
roy, Wash., Thursday, nnd will be a
guest of Miss Nellie Sanderson.
Miss Jennie Butler Is quite serious
ly 111 with dropsy, nt the home of
her mohter, Mrs. H. D. Morrison,
eight miles east of town. Grave
doubts are entertained concerning
riGHTEHS AHE READY.
"KNOCKED THE STUFFING OUT
and broke It Into splinters, may have
been the fate of your carriage when
it was run Into by something; but
"there Is balm In Gllead," or there la
pleasure In knowing that In our shop
you can have It made as good as new,
We do all kinds of carriage repairing
and blacksmlthlng In a skillful and
superior manner. We set tires with
hydraulic pressure: does it better,
does It while you watt; does not burn
or deface your wheels and adds to
the life of the rig. Call and see It
work. We have Winona wagons,
hacks and buggies, and Stover gaso
Two Interesting Preliminaries to the
McCoy-King Bout Arranged.
Everything Is In readiness for the
10-round sparring contest to take
place at the Pendleton Athletic club
tomorrow night between Andy King
of Walla Walla, and Young Kid Mc
Coy of Wilmington, Del., featherweights.
Both men are In excellent condition
for the bout nnd will enter the ring
nt 12G pounds. McCoy Is training In
this city. King Is still In Walla Wal
la, but Is expected to arrive In Pen
dleton this evening.
Two Interesting preliminaries are to
be pulled off the night of the contest
between local bantam weights. Man
ager Billy Bogert, of the club has pro
vided coupon checks for the specta
tors. "Every person who pays ad
mission will be provided with a dup
licate check," he said, "which he may
present to the box office, If the go
Isn't on the square, and get his money
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II. J. WILKINSON, Prop.
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J. L. VAUGHN
Prompt attention given and all
work executed properly.
Electrical Supplies of all kinds.
OFFICE 121 West Court St.
"FOR HER SAKE" TONIGHT.
Thrilling Ruv,lan Mclodramn nt tho
The Dick P. Sutton repertolr com
pany concluded a three nights en
gagement nt the Frnzer opera house
last night. Large nudlences greeted
the Muttons each evening and their
performances were well received. In
teresting specialties are leading feat
ures of the company's bills.
Tonight at the Frazer the thrilling
Russian melodrama, "For Her Sake,"
will be played. This famous play Is
attracting unusual attention this sea
son by reason of the Russo-Japanese
war. It depicts the horrors of Rus
sian exile lift, arid throughout tlie.
piece there runs a story of unshaken
is nowhere more csMntbl than In a stove
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last a generation.
Made of new Iron only;
has the llnest castings;
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and is made on purpose to endure under
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Dorit Experiment when you
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. oune evenly and
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The Stove Season
THE COOL AND SNAPPT EVENINGS ARE A REMINDER OF THE COLD WEATHER AHEAD
AND OF THE NECESSITY OF PREPARING FOR FALL AND WINTER.
STOVES ARE A SPECIALTY WITH US AND WE HANDLE THE LARGEST STOCK, MOST
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WE SAVED HUNDREDS OF CITIZENS MONEY IN THEIR STOVE LAST SEASON AND ALL
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and Steel Ranges
" ' AND HAVE NOW ON DISPLAY A FULL LINE. ANY SIZE YOU WISH WE HAVE.
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HARDWARE, PLUMBING, TINWARE
Telephone Main 211 211 Court Street
i hole $:tn.nti
6 hole, 16 oven .. $10, $15 and $55
6 hole, IS oven .... $15, 330, and $00
Coal heaters $5,00 to $30.00
Wood heaters $0.00 to $15.00
Cook stoves $10.00 to 9:17.50
I 0 0
All water used Is sterellzed and 1
The beat carbonated drinks It la
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Telephone Main 851.
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People whose reputations depend
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PROGRAM FOR INSTITUTE.
Superintendent Welles Returns From
Brief Visit to Weston.
County School Superintendent
Frank K. Welles, returned last night
from Weston, where he conferred
with President French of tho Eastern
Oregon state normal Bchool regarding
the program for the coming Inland
Empire and Umatilla County Teach
"The program will be completed In
about a week," said Mr. Welles. "We
have secured the consent of a num
ber of leading educators of the North
west to be present and deliver papers
and lead lu the discussions. The
coming Institute, I believe, will bo of
much Importance to the teachers of
this part of the country, nnd we
look for a large .attendance."
Mr. Welles says the state normal at
Weston started this fall with a larg
er attendance than last year. "Pres
ident French," he said, "Is looking
forward, to a very successful year In
tho history of the school.
"I did not havo time to visit the
public school, but understand that
tho enrollment Is large,"
Big line Stetson hats at Roosevelt's.
Marble and Granite Works
Anyone Intending to secure a monument or headstone for reltW
friend will do well to see us. Largest collection to select from, w" I
New Stone Building, Court Street, next to Domestic Laundry-
SOON BE TO PENDLETON
Two More Carloads of Furniture for 4
Rader, the Furniture and Carpet Man